fixation suppression

fixation suppression

the reduction in induced or spontaneous nystagmus that occurs with visual fixation.

fix·a·tion sup·pres·sion

(fik-sā'shŭn sŭ-presh'ŭn)
The reduction in induced or spontaneous nystagmus that occurs with visual fixation.
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Ocular fixation suppression of caloric-induced nystagmus was present.
Ocular fixation suppression was present during all responses to both calorie and positional stimuli.
Electronystagmography (ENG) elicited no spontaneous or positional nystagmus; there was ocular fixation suppression of calorically induced nystagmus.
Another parameter that is usually examined is the ocular fixation suppression of rotation-induced nystagmus (figure).
Another sinusoidal vertical axis rotation test revealed low gains, normal symmetry and phases, and fixation suppression.